Knowing where your food comes from means getting to know the farmers how grow or raise it. That’s why we like to regularly turn the spotlight on some of the Arkansas farmers and ranchers who are working hard to put food on tables around the country and the world. This week, we introduce you to […]
We recently sat down for a short Q & A with Allen Stewart, former Arkansas Farm Bureau board member and cattle and poultry farmer, on his ranch near Mena in Polk County. Stewart served 14 years on the ArFB board and continues to serve as president of Polk County Farm Bureau. Now 76-years-old, he reflects […]
Arkansas has roughly 650 farms and 15,000 acres of cropland devoted to vegetable production and 1,100 farms producing more than $180 million worth of fruits, such as peaches, strawberries, blackberries and more. These fruits and vegetables fall into the category of “specialty crops.” The category of “specialty crops” is a catch-all term for a variety […]
I hope each of you are having a fantastic holiday season. Stay safe and enjoy all of the fabulous food this time of year brings to your table.
Ashton Yarbrough of Bentonville was a winner at the 55th annual Arkansas Dairy Foods Contest held June 6. Ashton, 15, daughter of Brian and Kimberly Yarbrough, took first in the Main Dish competition with Chicken Chili Lasagna.
Alexis Looper was a winner at the 55th annual AR Dairy Foods Contest held June 6 with her recipe for Vanilla Cupcakes with Strawberry Cream Filling & Cream Cheese Icing.